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neck of virginia, and the next batch of rain off to the west. you folks out in deep creek lake, unfortunately it will be a very wet morning and afternoon. so heads up especially for you. the rest of us will wait on the rain probably until after 10:00. in the middle 80's with showers increasing and storms likely this afternoon. easing us back to 80 degrees. i'll tell you how long the stretch of rainy weather is expected to last andhat song is stuck in my lead when i see you in a bit. >> back to you. i'm anxious to know to what it is. >>> as the remnants of isaac push our way, it's spawning several tornadoes. one apparent twister caused extension damage in kansas yesterday. strong winds tore off roofs and hangars. isaac has produced 39 twisters since making landfall. the tropical system usually averages about 18 tornadoes. >>> this morning more than 300,000 people in arkansas, louisiana and mississippi are still without power after isaac. thousands of utility crews are working at this hour to restore service in the gulf coast. the slow-moving hurricane knocked out power to almost
, moving across winchester and parts of west virginia. all of the rain showers have a tropical connection to isaac. when they rain, they will rain themselves out. so here they come in earnest. i think they'll be pushing into the d.c. area not long after lunch. again, if you can get stuff done this morning you'll be in much better shape. front royal, some rain over you for the time being. yes, this goes all the way back to ohio and down into central virginia. it will be with us this around. showers likely, with temperatures between 80 and 85 degrees. how about the labor day holiday, how about the beaches and the nats game? i have all those details when i see you in a bit. >> thanks, kim. >>> well, the rainy weather is set to throw a monkey wrench into all sorts of labor day plans as kim had mentioned. that includes the vj day ceremony at the world war ii memorial. that's where we find derrick ward. he is live with a report and derrick, did you take kim's advice and bring the umbrella along for the day? >> well, it might be a good idea to bring it along today. you may get drizzle, we may ge
of it around richmond where they may have flooding problems this evening. the sun is breaking out in virginia. a lot to the west of us as well. some of the showers today were part of isaac. 83 was the high today. 83 is typical of this time of year. the record was 99 in 1953. 82 in annapolis. 73 at the boardwalk where it is raining. frederick, 81. lighter clouds to the west. the sun is trying to warm things up. fredericksburg, 79. 81 in charlottesville. petersburg has sunshine at 83 degrees. there is the son that has broken through in parts of virginia, even west virginia. a lot more cloudiness to the west. here is what is left of isaac. a front stalled on top of us. very tropical. most of the rain has been just to the south. in baltimore, no rain today. south of annapolis and in the washington area, they did have rain shower activity. the front will be here tomorrow. the weak low pressure center will be in illinois and indiana tomorrow. we will not see big change in the weather. a risk of rain tonight. it will be cloudy and humid if it is not raining. tomorrow, 79 to 83 for highs. about the s
the northern part of the beltway. off to the west, pulling out of west virginia, couple of storms, nothing really heavy. not a lot of lightening, but it's down here, going to show you, lexington park and look this tweet that i got. this is from southern maryland weather news. you can see great mills road flooded and up to four feet of water in some basements there in this outdoor patio picture. right now, our temperatures are still steady in the 80s despite the clouds and showers. and for the evening, a few shower, maybe a stray, but basically, nothing too heavy this evening. more rain coming straight at us and the remnants of isaac and if we ever dry out again, when i see you in just a bit. >> i hope we will. >> at some point, yes. >> thanks and the threat of that wet weather prompted a change in plans for the annual labor day concert. tonight, it will move inside to the eisenhower theatre at the kennedy center. officials decided to make the call early. concert still starts at 8:00 p.m. and it's still free and open to the public. the concert has been a tradition in d.c. since 1979. >>> so
off a dance studio in fredericksburg, virginia. we show how one man jumped into action to help the children inside. [ applause ] >> reporter: a special moment for heath mullens as he accepts an award for bravery and courage. how do you feel now receiving this award? >> i'm ready. kind of a little humbled. >> reporter: humility, one of his many characteristics. call him courageous. a strong storm packed with a microburst, winds up to 80 miles per hour caused this spotsylvania gym to cave in with cheerleaders, coaches, and parents inside. >> this man made sure everybody was safe before himself. >> reporter: heath rescued kids, seconds later a wall fell on him, breaking his leg, back, and wrist. why did you sacrifice yourself to help others? >> what else -- that's what anybody would do. >> i'm thankful. >> reporter: the spotsylvania sheriff's office honored those who worked together to save lives. ultimately everyone got out okay. seven people were hurt . they thanked god. >> father, i pray that you bless these individuals -- >> reporter: if you had to do it over again, would you?
of the panhandle of west virginia were hit hard earlier this morning with heavy rainshowers there. here goes our cluster of thunderstorms firing up. and then rolling southeast bound hardest hit, andrews air force base. and brandywine along route 301 in maryland. now these thunderstorms with quite a bit of lightning still, around calvert county. you folks stay put, stay inside, stay safe. these are rolling south and eastbound over the bay bridge. cambridge down toward salisbury, getting in on this action in the next little bit. we have a break in the action around town. we're not done with rain chances just yet. more rain in ohio. this out here, this big counter clockwise swirl was isaac at one time. all that tropical moisture has nowhere to go but eastbound. and that means us, everybody. we'll have this moisture to deal with tomorrow, and that big moisture out in the midwest coming our way for labor day and tuesday. headed out to the national's game tomorrow, the cardinals and nationals, first pitch is at 1:35. rain delay possible to probable at the game tomorrow. pack your rain slicker if you'r
in alexandria, virginia by the way. a tight racing along the inner harbor today on one of the green flags. timing it just right and beating him here to the finish line. good college football coming up tomorrow night, virginia tech is taking on georgia tech. they got a great defense coming back. nine returning defenses. they are always good with the optimal attack. they are saying that it will be fine. >> and to know that they have always been very tough. they play tough. they play hard on special teams. they may hard on offense and defense. so it is going to be a big game to open up this season. >> no doubt about that. the sports plus tonight, all kinds of stuff is coming up, they did not look good. >> when can they grill tomorrow? >> it is off and on smiles to have a back up place. >> very good. we'll see you back here tomorrow. bye.
. please do it share this information with other merchants in the area. we have virginia from the office of small business. we have roger from the bar association. no carla johnson from the office of disability. -- we have carla johnson from the office of disability. i want to especially it acknowledge my colleague to help us get the resources and brought legal expertise to the table. i do not want to take too much of your time. thank you for coming. >> thank you, supervisor chu. i want to express my admiration for a supervisor chu's commitment to you. so, from our office, what we heard, many small businesses were receiving lawsuits regarding it the ada. tonight we will hear about the legal requirements, what has been in place. any small businesses that nderst informed as far as their obligations for the ada, there are the mechanisms to provide that information to you. so, we are tasked with providing the information. there have been about 300 small businesses that have received the lawsuits. knee individuals who use this mechanism and come up -- the individual to use this mechanism. whi
, president obama will make a stop in norfolk, virginia. he is set to speak at norfolk state university on tuesday as part of his road to charlotte tour. as for his opponent, mitt romney left the campaign event in florida and is now in new hampshire to begin preparations for the upcoming presidential debate. >>> ohio's attorney general says he will appeal a federal judge's decision to allow all ohioans to vote in the three days before election day. the state wanted to end early voting on friday, november 2, but wanted to continue to allow active duty military and ohioans living overseas to show up in person to vote between then and election day on tuesday the 6th. the obama campaign and ohio democrats argue that ohio's plan favored just one group of voters over the other. >>> and just ahead, the u.s. training of afghan police in the wake of attacks on their police. and customs enforcement director has resigned amid allegations of lewd behavior towards employees. >> and what has to happen before smart trip kiosks can be turned on and the changes to metro's smart trip cards, when we come
like the guy who he was talking about out of virginia who had the large tumor in his brain and chose to act on but didn't have control over having the tumor in his brain. how do we take account for that in law? that's, i think, the interesting struggle that neuroscience presents us with, but it doesn't change the issue of free will. in fact, we have just as robust of evidence from neuroscience that supports this concept of action which is what we punish for in law to begin with. >> and, doctor, would you like to comment on that last? >> no. [laughter] >> i would like to raise an issue. theoretically, that may all be true. there is a problem in distinguishing and differentiating those who are compelled to act from, based on their desires and those who are not. and so if you can't define and it's not just simply defining in the brain, but it's defining it genetic, environmentally, contextually, you're defining it in terms of time, if you study their brain today but they committed the act six months ago, a year ago or 10 years ago, so the legal question ultimately is not theoretically w
alabama, oregon, oklahoma is going to come back, west virginia, but i don't know if you expected michigan to get beat that badly. >> and that quickly. >> and that quickly. that is the thing. if you're in the top ten to start the season, you have to be pretty good. that surprised me how badly it got so quickly. >> i'll stick up for him. and, again, not a good start for the big ten. hey, let's talk about usc because everybody will be talking about them tomorrow. what stands out about them? >> listen. knocked the rust off. lane kitsffin said he was not happy with the offense. i think as the season goes on you're going to see a lot of fire power on the outside. usc looked phenomenal i thought tonight. >> lessons, lessons, lessons. everywhere you go, you've about got a weapon for usc. >> hey, speaking of weapons and offense, just out here out west eugene, oregon, so far the ducks looking pretty darn good pretty darn quick too. so is it too early to hope for november 3rd? i'm ready for that matchup absolutely. hey, coming up on fox, your local news except on the west coast. next week, fox satur
in the south. and they won virginia last time and won north carolina. and, florida. obviously, those three states are critical to the -- any victory, either side. and we think we can win all three of those and win those three states plus ohio and, wisconsin and, missouri, which we won last time and we have over 270 electoral votes and they've got to basically take something out of the mix and take north carolina, florida, ohio, out of the mix and it is hard to get to 270 but i think, we are well positioned at this point. >> bill: this is a battle ground state and a lot of folks before 2008 would not consider it that way. look at the other battleground states now and look how close the polling numbers are. this is iowa, obama, 45, romney, 44.8. colorado, obama, 47.6, romney, 46. ohio, obama, 46.6, romney, 45.2. virginia, obama, 47.3, romney, 46.7. they are all within the margin of error, ed? >> every, single one of these states is competitive and every, single one of those states are winnable for romney. he has to win them all, obviously, but, at the end of the day, what traditionally happe
gap. iowa, ohio, virginia, north carolina and florida. so, what does this mean and how does it feel on the map? i'm going to go to our little battleground map here and as always, follow along up top when i make the state changes there, you'll see those numbers change there. so let's just give the president the states where he did better than that 13-point gap nationally. well then you would give him nevada, you'd give him colorado, wisconsin, and new hampshire. and look where it puts him, david. at 266. he just needs one more state. and i can tell you the one that they think they can exploit the gender gap and gender issues more than any other in the rest of those last five battlegrounds and that is virginia. as you know, david, just watching television in the northern virginia market you see a lot of ads, particularly that one on planned parenthood, having to use mitt romney's words. they think particularly in virginia, through as well as colorado, that they could exploit the gender gap and get to 270 without winning any other issues. >> chuck todd, thank you very much. carly fiori
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. >> virginia state police say there have been two deadly accidents on the roads in the last two days. the first one happened at 4:00. this is where that accident was on route 17 just south of i-66 in fauquier county. a car ran off the side of the road, hit a fence, and two trees. the victim's name was todd nichols. he was not wearing a seat belt. neither was phillip oliver when his car crashed. that accident happened on route 616. the car ran off the road hitting a ditch and several mailboxes before it flipped over and hit a pole. >>> the edge on maryland and a crash that killed two people. one was a woman and the other was a 14-year-old boy. 36-year-old carrie was driving when police say her vehicle veered out of control at a curve in davidsonville. both she and the teenage boy were pronounced dead early this morning. the boy's name has not been released. >> expect delays if you're heading to baltimore this weekend. the city is hosting an indy car race. several roads are closed, but the highways are still open. you might run into some traffic. the indy car race is tomorrow afternoon. there ar
. william perry harris then was a soldier here in ohio born in virginia. all three states claimed him but he was successful because he could adapt to the midwest. going into the 20th century with william howard taft, president of the united states, as cincinnati was a southern town and trade was with the south and home of the underground railroad. they can get at of kentucky and were safe and could be disbursed partying was from marion ohio, william mckinley elected president sell a bunch of ohio wins. james garfield you have presidents who came during this period after the civil war up through the 1920's pulling presidents from other parts of the country that tend to be more moderate. not ideologues that is still true statewide. attendance the to be more pragmatic and light -- less ideological. if you try to compete in the general election in helps to swing to the middle. but ohio generally is the average state. almost every demographic group is well represented here. catholic, fundamentalist, ma instream, protestants, ethnic groups. the only one is maybe the hispanics. some places as a sig
, virginia, couldn't have asked for a better start. we'll show you y fans were goin sports comes right back. >>> lucky for the terps, the final score is all that matters because today's season opener against william and mary was nothing to bragabout. they were scoreless after three- quarters and committed turnovers. the attendance was just 31,321, the smallest crowd for a terps opener since 1997. to byrd stadium we go where the true freshman perry hill is making his first start. it did not go well. his pass picked off. one of three interceptions. the freshman threw on the day but things would get better in the fourth. justice picket takes it in for the touchdown. they grab a lead with two minutes to go. jeremiah johnson forces the fumble. hartsfield with the recovery. let's just say a win is a win. the terps will take it as they escape with a 7-6 victory. >> did some things to try to settle perry down and just came out in the second half, defense played very, very good. found a way to win. you know what? maybe this is better for us than getting a win like this than blowing somebody out. >>>
virginia has dried out just a little bit around here. looking at the live super doppler radar, areas shaded in red, st. mary's county, you have a flash flood warning until 5:45. earlier downpours from our earlier this afternoon causing some probl most of the rain has ended at least for the time being. we do have more rain on the way but so far today about seven tenths of 1 inch in alexandria. about one-quarter of an inch in woodstock and in annandale. taking a look at the forecast for this evening cloudy skies, maybe a little sunshine and we have a little bit of sunshine as we speak in arlington. isolated thunderstorms possible, with temperatures falling into the 70's. the rest of the holiday weekend forecast and beyond, and if you like rain and like clouds you will be happy, over the next few days. >> all right, steve thank you. well the democratic national convention is about to kick off but first, what can you expend from charlotte? >> the election is just two months away. and they must now make an impression. last week, it was mitt romney having a time to shine. now, president obama is
of counties south of us here in columbus that were counties called the virginia military district. after the revolutionary war, officers in the revolutionary army who didn't get paid were given land in ohio. ohio was part of the west, of course, at that time. they moved out here. they sort of carried with them their culture and their background. they came from the a slave owning state. they didn't bring slaves with them into ohio, but they were sthettic -- sympathetic to the culture. it settled from west virginia, kentucky, tennessee, the states to the south of us, the appalachian states. again, there were southern sympathies there. there was a lot of activity in the civil war pro-confederate activity in ohio. the governor of ohio declared marshall law in ohio to reign in the confederate sympathies and sympathizers here. all of that adds up to a picture after the civil war where if politicians were going to be successful statewide in ohio, they had to appeal to both people with southern sympathies and people with northern sympathies. on the northern side, the grand army of the republic,
to get him out more, more campaign events we're seeing this weekend, iowa, colorado, ohio, virginia, all states he carried in 2008. are there worries here that he hasn't generated the same amount of excitement and that there may be issues in those states he carried? >> well, yeah, no question. i think that voter intensity is to key that you mentioned because the president has got to drive out his core voters, younger people, minorities, women. he's got to run up the totals there, particularly as he loses ground among particularly white voters that you see among males. we talk about a gender gap, it benefits the president among women, it disadvantages him among men. that's an advantage for republicans typically and for mitt romney in this case. i think that's very important. and, look, the president has to deal with the fact that mitt romney is in a dead-even race with him. the president's approvals is under 50%. it's a deadlock race. this is going to be very tight. the republicans are in a fairly strong position for all the negative ads that have been thrown their way. >> david, thank yo
mississippi, south carolina, west virginia, wyoming, iowa, all of which use this mid deem charge rather than felony. and what we find in these 13 other states is that there are higher rates of drug treatment participation, lower rates of drug use, and even slightly lower rates of violent and property crime. so again, we can prove we can have safer communities. and then of course there are the unintended consequences of a felony conviction. consequences that really can cause great damage to a young life for many decades out. the very three things that can keep someone successfully in his or her recovery, access to housing, education and employment are put farther out of reach because of a felony conviction, especially in a down economy, someone with a felony has great difficulty even accessing 5 a job that pays minimum wage. putting these felony convictions to a whole population of young people, we really perpetuate a chronic underclass which benefits none of us. and then of course there's the inequity in the criminal justice system. even though we can show that drug use rates are quite simil
through the air one on the grourngsd ohio b 24-14. nittany lions at virginia 2:30 eastern on abc. >>> ohio state and urban meyer's debut for the buckeyes went swimmingly.ton miller to smith. catch the year i'm calling it right now. first week of the year. ohio state rolls over miami of ohio, 56-10. other scores from around the country. number 13 oklahoma state. in a nail-biter. 84-0. florida state rolls 69-3 over murray state. next saturday, college gameday, you folks in central texas and in texas in general, the crew at colleg station, texas as texas a&m takes on florida in the aggies' first acr game in school history of that does it. have a great weekend. "and then, there's both." "erika tsubaki is a big fan of both." "that's what she and her team had in mind when they designed the all new ford escape." "with more cargo space than before, wrapped in a brand new body." "the tech-savvy, ready-for-adventure, all new twenty thirteen ford escape." "it's what happens when you go further." [ mujahid ] there was a little bit of trepidation, not quite knowing what th
by force. virginia sterilized 8,000. california 21,000. other programs existed in korea, japan, canada and beyond. this is the covert history of 20th century disability and it hasn't stopped yet. in the last two decades, there have been involuntary sterilizations amongst gypsies in europe and in the native people of peru. [whistle] >> many of the para olympians who will be celebrating in london have the same disabilities as those whose rights have been violated. but does this mean we should right off eugenics in its totality? we stand at the dawn of a new era where advances in genetic engineering and embryo selection could permit parents to take far more control of the genetic makeup of their children. should the prospect of designer babies be ignored just because of its associations with nazism? >> it's sometimes said because of the nazis embraced eugenics that it must be wrong for us to at least take the idea of improving human beings seriously. now, it seems to me just rather silly to think that things are wrong because bad people do them. so if it is true, with you i think it's dou
of 450 jobs from prince george's county to west virginia. the agenency says the move results from a a merger of the treasuryy departnt and the bureau of public debt, has a facility in west virnia. “washinington business report" quotes sharon baker is saying that the move will i increase the disparity between the number of workers s who live the county and the number of js inside prince george's county. we need to take a quick break but when we return, the “washington biness report" takes up the top business topics that camout of when we switched to fios, we got better tv, better phone better internet. it was like somebody like took our computer, shook all the junk out of it. we're actually getting more for our money with fios. [ male announcer ] it's time to get more for your money. upgrade to verizon fios internet, tv and phone with our best price online. just $84.99 a month guaranteed for one year with no annual contract. there's at least three computers. [ girl 1 ] a tablet. couple of gaming systems. we could all be running at the same time.
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storm damage. tuesday another battleground, virginia. then he aarrives on charlotte on the big convention speech when he accepts the nomination. >> shannon: all right. thank you, ed. >>> her job as a mom was harder than mine and knew that her job was lot more important than mine. [ applause ] as america saw tuesday night, ann would have succeeded at anything she wanted to do. >> moms have had to work harder. and it's the moms that really hold this country together. >> shannon: governor mitt romney made at point to praise women for working for families and highlighted a number of the g.o.p.'s top female stars, but will his remarks close the gender gap? joining us is debby and republican strategist, alice stewart from santorum presidential campaign. do you feel like the romney campaign did enough? some say the attempts in parts of his speech were so overt they may have been too transparent. your take? >> it was very well-received and folks across the country. the points he made how ann had one of the most important jobs, more important than what he was doing. he also said women s
and cancer survivor lieutenant commander, set out to complete a half marathon in virginia beach virginia, and he did it. he crossed the finish line two years after receiving a double lung transplant as a last resort in his battle against leukemia and he says he took on that 13 mile challenge in honor of the 19-year-old donor who saved his life. i want to know more. if you do go to and read all about justin's journey. and organizers hurrying to put the final touches on the democratic national convention which officially kicks off in charlotte on tuesday, a lot of history being made at this event. here is fox news contributor and journalist, marvin cowell a look back at the highlights over the years. >> the convention of the democratic party will now be in order. >> reporting for duty. >> the conventions are an opportunity for the activist in each party to get together to drum up a great deal of enthusiasm and then to go out and try to win an election. >> i accept the nomination of democratic party. >> in the old days it was excite, they would have many before they agreed on a
of what was the storm with heavy rain ahead of it, showers and thunderstorms, virginia, back into ohio, same thing in indiana. eventually this will catch up to us. nothing showing up on the radar now except little showers in pennsylvania but this will probably cross over ridge tops, moving in later this afternoon. as i was saying, best to do things outside this morning than this afternoon. 71 degrees in parkton. forecast today, variable clouds, chance for showers and thunderstorms. high temperatures will range between 83 and 88, a humid day so you'll notice that tropical humidity. bay forecast, east-southeast wind at 10, wave heights around one foot. the next high tide at fort mchenry, 8:22 this morning. seven-day forecast, showers and thunderstorms likely tomorrow, chance for rain 60% on monday. probably a better chance for rain than today and then the chance for rain tapering off during the middle week, down to 40% by wednesday, clearing on thursday and friday with highs staying in the low to mid 80's the next five or six days. >> still ahead on 11 news, make sure your kids set the t
virginia and maryland every day. more traffic means more accidents. >> there is no easy fix. given the topography and layout they aren't building new roads to accommodate the traffic. >> reporter: according to d.c. police, serious accidents resulting in deaths have gone down. >> as of today, we had 11 traffic fatalities this year which is a decrease of almost 60% over the same time period last year. >> reporter: thomas marlow says he has been lucky. no recent accidents. his advice. >> be defensive and drive. >> reporter: matt auckland, fox 5 news. >>> to illinois, thousands of chicago residents woke up with no power because of a train wreck. the train derailed this morning. reports say part of the train tom build into a -- tumbled into a nearby backyard that hit a pole causing outages. >>> a nevada teenager is safe and unharmed after a statewide amber alert. police rescued melissa durham 21 hours after she was reported missing. investigators tracked her to a apartment complex where she was bound and blind folded. she was abducted after answering the door at her family home. two men
and west virginia. here at home, nothing around baltimore just yet but showers popping up in pennsylvania so the farther into the day, the better the chance some of that rain will catch up to us. if we get heavy rain today, it will be later this afternoon and this evening. this is not going to be a washout but at who point you'll probably have to deal with rain in your neighborhood. 72 at the airport, 69 in randals town. variable clouds, chance for showers and thunderstorms mainly later this afternoon but hit and miss showers this morning, as well. high temperatures between 81 and 86. if you want to take out the boat, watch for lightning especially in the afternoon. at 10outheast winds knots. seven-day forecast, unfortunately, pretty good chance for rain tomorrow, maybe up to 70% on labor day monday with high temperature of 83 and chance for rain tapering off the middle portion of the week, clearing on they'd and friday with high temperatures in the low to mid 80's over the next several days. >> only two more days left to check out the 131st annual maryland state fair. after a slow first
we look at the swing state polls in ohio and virginia, i mean, this race is so tight, it's within less than a percentage point and many of those key states. how does the president break away to the states that is critical for whichever side of the ticket is planning to win. >> it is tight. look, with the convention bounce, what is going to happen, the traditional bounce is five%. i think that's what romney's going to get out of his, might be a little more or a little less. but those are dated models because those are things we need to look at when the conventions were a month apart. the obama campaign's going to jump right on top of this, with the convention here, here in charlotte. and everything they are talking about right now, it's really to 250,000 voters in ohio, florida, i mean, out of mill whereons of people across the country, they are really focusing on 200 or 250,000 swing voters, north carolina, they want to try to pick this state off. it's a dead heat here. they are going to use this convention to organize in north carolina, like they did in colorado, four years ago w
start to do that. we can start to categorize people. we categorized a group of individuals in virginia and said those people who have mental retardation have lesser couple ability for a whole host of reasons, they're more likely to follow people. they're more likely to be subject to peer pressure, less likely to have made premeditated decision-making. that's probably where this evidence is the most useful. we have a standard in criminal law called the reasonable person standard. this fictitious person that we measure everybody's conduct by. we say this is the person, the average person, the average juror, the average individual, the kind of conduct that we would expect an average member of society to live up to. well, as it turns out that none of us are quite average, right. and we might actually be much more like people who we share particular brain structures with or people who we share particular environmental and brain similarities to. so we might need to start thinking about more particularized notions of conduct based on what we would expect of a person who has that type of brain
grinnground st. he will go to louisiana to tour the damage from hurricane isaac. tuesday's virginia, then here to north carolina, another battleground state. guess who's going to be in north carolina tomorrow? the day before the democratic convention starts? paul ryan, the republican running mate. that's right. remember last week, joe biden, the vice president, was supposed to be right there in tampa on the day of the republican convention starting. hurricane isaac rained that stuff out. >> right. all right. interesting planning for sure. all right. paul steinhauser, thank you very much. >>> the chief of staff for immigration and customs enforcement or i.c.e. is out of a job this morning. suzanne barr has resigned amid allegations that she helped create a culture of sexual discrimination against men. it follows a discrimination lawsuit filed by new york's i.c.e. chief against the department of homeland security. james hayes says he was passed over for promotions in favor of less qualified women. he contends barr "created a frat house-type atmosphere that is targeted to humiliate and intimidate
acronyms mean. >> sounds good. thanks, mark, virginia, and leader pelosi for putting on this event, and for all that she has done -- thanks mark, regina , and later pelosi. we have been able to access resources through the sba and the cdfi fund which helps get money to small businesses in this time of need. opportunity fund is not a bank or a government agency. we are an independent nonprofit organization with a mission to provide capital to working people to help them earn, say, and invest in the future. we focus primarily on businesses that are not yet bankable. most of our clients are themselves low or moderate income people or working in low or moderate income neighborhoods. but not exclusively. we will look at any business we think can bring about substantial community benefits. i want to talk about what type of loans we make and whatever products we have. that is important to note that in our case, they mentioned -- i mentioned some acronyms. the service corps of retired executives, women's business centers, renaissance and entrepreneurs should here in san francisco, women's
, but this virginia woman broke her leg after her deck collapsed and other people have been killed. so what should you watch out for? first, experts say look for cracked and rotted wood. the people at this birthday party in red mond, washington, had no idea their deck was rotting, until it fell out from under them. banging them up. another warning sign is weak conditions, like nails. experts say make sure the deck is bolted instead, straight through to the skeleton of the house. >> there was a loud crack but there was nothing before that. we didn't hear any cracking. >> reporter: two people were in critical condition after this dramatic deck collapse in golden, colorado. third, even if the deck is attached properly make sure the bolts aren't corroding. what happens when people ignore the warning signs? abc news had this deck built with the number one flaw, those weak connections, just so we could demolish it and show you. >> one, two, three! >> reporter: it's textbook like so many our deck collapses against the building adding a crushing hazard to the falling danger. that's why experts say if your dec
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